Will Apple pay for the most expensive iPhone ever?

Over the weekend, a news that the first order of the iPhone 14 series has been cut by 10%, or more than 9 million units, became a hot topic on the Internet. However, according to the economic Daily, manufacturers in Apple's upstream supply chain said they had not been notified of the cut. The initial target of 90 million iPhone 14 shipments remains unchanged.

Hon Hai is expected to start mass production of the new iPhone 14 series in late August and is currently hiring at its zhengzhou plant, which will offer similar benefits, the report said.

Supply chain sources said it is too early to say that the first batch of new iPhone models will not be cut, and if Apple changes the order, it will have to wait for the next few batches, so it is too early to say, and earlier sources said that the new iPhone 14 series is very popular in the Chinese market, many dealers have paid deposits in advance to get the first order.

What's more, if the price of the iPhone 14 is to be raised entirely as Apple battles higher material costs, would you still buy it?

The iPhone 14 Pro and the iPhone 14 Pro Max will each start at $100 more than their predecessors. That's $1,099 and $1,199 respectively.

The standard versions of the iPhone 14 and the iPhone 14 Max will still use the A15 Bionic chip, starting at $799 and $899, respectively.

For reference, starting prices for the iPhone 13 series at launch were: $699 for the iPhone 13 Mini, $799 for the iPhone 13 Pro, $999 for the iPhone 13 Pro Max, and $1,099 for the iPhone 13 Pro Max. You can see that the starting price of the iPhone 14 and 13 hasn't changed, but the cheaper iPhone 13 Mini has been dropped.

Author: King
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